11% off Hotels at Expedia When Paying by Mastercard

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I was looking for a coupon code for Expedia after the previous Expedia mastercard deal expired and found a new code to use.

Terms & Conditions:
Qualifying Bookings: This coupon code discount (“Coupon”) applies only to stand-alone hotel bookings (not a hotel booking in combination with any other product or offering such as flight + hotel or flight + hotel + car) made online at www.expedia.com.au/mastercard that are prepaid at the time of booking (subject to the restrictions set out in the Terms and Conditions below). You must make payment using a valid MasterCard credit card issued in Australia to qualify for this offer. (“Eligible Card”).

Coupon code value: 11 % discount (“Discount”).

Redemption Period: Valid for use by 11:59pm AEST, 30 June 2019 (“Redemption Period”).

Travel Period: The travel dates must be before 31 December 2019 (“Travel Period”).

How to use your coupon code

• During the booking process, on the payment page you will see the link ”Enter coupon code” where you can enter the coupon code;

• Enter the coupon code in the relevant field and then click the “Apply Coupon” button. If your booking is eligible, the applicable discount will be subtracted from the price of the travel reservation before the application of any taxes, applicable fees or additional costs.

• Use an Eligible Card to pay for your qualifying booking.

• This offer does not apply for multi-room bookings.

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Comments

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    Is the code MASTERAU11 or MASTERAU11H?
    The banner on the website still says MASTERAU11, which is same as the one in the previous deal.

    • +1 vote

      It is MASTERAU11H. I have tried it and it works. If you read above the search banner it says the correct code.

  • +8 votes

    Pays to play around with these kind of websites. Often it is cheaper clicking through affiliate links like Tripadvisor, Trivago, or HotelsCombined to get to Expedia, rather then using this offer.

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      Agreed, when booking my last holiday, using this code was only the cheapest ~1 in 5 times. Price depends on the affiliate link. I use different browsers as well to easily see the difference in price

      • +2 votes

        Surprising as it may sound, sometimes you can find better prices straight from the official website and signing up with their free memberships for offers/promos. The other day, I booked a hotel in Sydney for Feb and used Agoda's 12% off promotion (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/418707). I ended up cancelling it after i discovered on the hotel's official website and I could get it the same room for $30 lower, with late check out and free breakfast.

        • +2 votes

          Yes and they often price match (except if membership is required, even if its free)

          The other thing to watch out for is credit card fees, some hotels have hert fees especially for amex

  • -1 vote

    I don't have a Mastercard. Anyone want to lend me theirs :)

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    Thanks, just booked and worked. Saved heaps of money with this and previous codes.

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    awesome thanks so much!

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    Does this work with cashback?

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    Thanks, just booked accommodation for end of Jan trip.

  • +1 vote

    make sure to check rate at hotel's website, I usually find cheaper to book directly on hotel's website.

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    Can the coupon be used for bookings paid for at the hotel? Can only seem to apply the code for hotels where I pay in advance

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    I already have 10% off for a certain hotel due to member pricing. Would it be another 11% off, or just an extra 1% off?

  • +4 votes

    Never using Expedia again. I booked a property using this deal. The property then rang me and told me they have no availability on the dates I have purchased. So then the hotel has told me I need to ring Expedia to cancel the booking. I have been on hold for 30 minutes roughly. They are now verifying for a second time with the hotel in order to refund the hotel booking.

    • +1 vote

      Agree, Expedia customer service is useless, they will delay refunds as long as they can, for weeks and months. I think their main purpose and to keep feeding bullshit until the credit card charge back period expiries or customer gives up.

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      This can happen legitimately. I run a small hotel, and our booking system sometimes falls out of sync with the booking aggregators like booking.com, Wotif, Agoda etc. They sometimes sell a room when we don't have one available. It's bloody annoying.

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      This is a failure by the hotel - I suspect you booked with a small operator who has trouble with their IT systems. Unfortunately, not all hotel operators are good with IT and booking management systems. Larger operators/chains will likely have people running these systems with the skills to prevent this situation happening.

      • -1 vote

        That's fine and can happen, but refund should be as easy process as booking itself. Expedia, however, is only interested in collecting the money quickly and not refunding when there is a problem.

  • +1 vote

    Cancelled my booking and rebooked. Saved myself $15. Lol

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    This is a scam. The link creates a price way more than 11% over the price created without the link.

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      lol no it doesnt. Ive tried it with and without the link its legit. You're doing something wrong.

    • +1 vote

      It’s true, it sometimes happens. Expedia’s algorithms give you a different price depending on where you clicked through from. I use this code as another tool to check I'm getting the lowest price (alongside checking other aggregator sites like booking.com, the official hotel website etc). Honestly the practice is a little misleading, not very compatible with ACL…

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    word of advice for anyone looking to use this. If you got a fee free credit card, it pays to compare. ive used this last week and discovered a decent size of international transaction fee. If i had used my other fee free card and booked via booking.com rather than expedia, i wouldve been better off (for some hotels).

    you should do your own research. but i know its easier said than done. theres 100s of combinations to try if u wana score the best deal. combinations from expedia, lastminute, booking, hotel host website, airbnb, aud/nzd conversion rate, 11% expedia discount, transaction fee, credit card points system, eligibility of using a certain card to activate travel insurance, weighing that against cost benefits. good luck!

    • +1 vote

      Hey mate, I used to work for expedia maybe about 6-7 years ago Back then if you called up and said you used an Aussie credit card were charged an international transaction fee of <3% we were told to refund the fee. Things may have changed but it may be worth giving them a call.

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    Funny, the honey chrome extension tried this code while I was booking my room the first time this afternoon and it didn't go through. I've since cancelled and entered the code manually! What a saving on top of my Expedia rewards.

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    Can anyone help me out here please. First time booking hotels with Expedia. I cannot find the enter coupon code field anywhere in the payment page. I can see the Mastercard 11% off banner at the top but cannot find where to enter the coupon. I even tried different browsers… Do I need to hit complete booking before I can enter the code?

    edit: looks the hotel I was trying to book is excluded from the promo. Tried another hotel and it works!

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    I'm blind, no option to enter this?

    //Got it, didn't work for some.

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    Came across this last week. In the process of booking my hotels for USA in March and its all over the place in terms of prices.

    Agree with everyone, once you find the hotel with the best price and you want to stay, open their site and check the price. Also open all other affiliates hotels.com, hotelscombined etc and find the best deal. Its hit and miss.

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    Ah damn.. Do they do deals with Visa cards??

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    It's not accepting the code, it keeps saying "The coupon offer is only valid after clicking through from the original website or email that provided the code." Anyone have any ideas?

    Edit: Nvm got it working in chrome using the deal link.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, it worked..

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    Doesn't work - comes up with an error for most hotels in London, even if using the link above with the mastercard parameter in the URL.

  • +2 votes

    Great deal, thanks, used multiple times, saved over $360.

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